About the Superintendent
Paul Imhoff joined Upper Arlington Schools as superintendent in July 2013 and says he cannot imagine a better place to work and raise a family.
One of the major accomplishments during his time in Upper Arlington has been leading the effort to reinvent the strategic planning process for the district. The new hybrid planning process incorporated the best from private-sector and public-sector models and resulted in a focused, results-oriented plan with measurable goals. You can learn more at www.uaschools.org/strategicplan.
Mr. Imhoff has 19 years of administrative experience in public education, including six years as the superintendent of Mariemont City Schools and four years as the assistant superintendent in Madeira City Schools, both high-achieving districts in the Cincinnati area. Prior to moving into administrative roles, he spent 7 years teaching high school English and junior high language arts and reading.
Mr. Imhoff earned a Master of Science in Education from the University of Dayton, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Miami University and is part of the Miami University doctoral program. He is also a recipient of the distinguished alumni award from Watkins Memorial High School in Pataskala, Ohio.
He is a founding member of the The Stand Project, an Upper Arlington community action project focused on the prevention of substance abuse. Mr. Imhoff also serves as the chairperson for the Alliance for High Quality Education and as a member of the governing board of the American Association of School Administrators (AASA). He is the president of the Central Ohio Superintendents’ Association.
Mr. Imhoff and his wife, Melissa, live in Upper Arlington with their two children, Lindsey and Tyler.